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  • Re: My deck with built in outdoor kitchen, Pic heavy.

    Great pics.  Dumb(ish) question - anyone left on dialup or can we stop with pic heavy/nsfdu tags ;)
  • Re: South Carolina pulled port

    After nervously watching online all day (the butts seemed to heat up very quickly at first) I got home and saw I was stuck in plateau land at ~175. Not wanting to be up all night I pushed the grill grate temperature up to 300. 

    I wound up with this
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    which when introduced to the sauce (I think Ill make more sauce - I dont think I had enough) 
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    produced this - 
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    The pork tasted good while being pulled. I guess due to the sugar in the rub the skin took a very crisp crackling like quality. It was however a bit on the sweet side. I'm looking forward to trying the meat reheated in sandwiches, perhaps with a bit more sauce.
  • Re: South Carolina pulled port

    All I see is butts. When do we get to the port?
    Hah.  As soon as the clipper from Lisbon arrives. 
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